#1
Hey I just sold my acoustic guitar which was a total wreck, and I picked up a boss DD-6 at my locasl shop for a steal of 85 bucks, so i'm happy with it. I've played it and its pretty cool, and found some neat tones. I was jsut wondering though, if i want to get a really sweet tone. How could order my delay with my distortion and my wah wah.
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#2
Wah wah first, into distortion, and delay last. If you put a modulation effect like delay in front of most distortion units they just make really muddy sounds.

EDIT: If you're looking for a really cool delay bit to learn, check out the solo from Brighton Rock by Queen, it's got some awesome delay in it.
#3
What amp do you have? If it has an effects loop put the delay in the loop.
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#4
the amp i have at home is a crapy little 10w traynor, but i'm mostly plugged into a 100 watt cube.

Also waht would the first thing connected to my amp? The Delay?
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Waiting On Telecaster Thinline
Ibanez RG321 w/ 81/85 EMG pickups
Dunlop Original Cry Baby
Boss DS-1
Boss DD-6
Waiting On Vox VT15 or VT30
#5
Ah, well, just mess with the order then and see what sounds best for you. If the amp has a FX loop, use it.
Gibson Les Paul Studio
Highway One Telecaster
Dean Evo
Mesa F-50
Laney GH50L
Vox AC30 C2
Ampeg V2
pedals